I have a large cottonless cottonwood in my yard that has sent out many roots that are above the surface of the yard. Can these be cut back without harming the tree?
Love 💕 love hummingbirds!! How to attract them to hang at our new home in Colorado Springs.feeder? How high and what food? Plants?and how to keep them coming back ... See more
We are laying new sod over the existing diseased lawn
I just purchased my first home! I don't even know what to call the front area. My detached garage is in front of my townhouse. I have a nice walk way to my front. My ... See more
We live on a lake and have 100’ of lake frontage that does not look finished. Need suggestions on what to plant that can take full sun all day.
i want to find some material that will last through, winter, and rain, that will allow some privacy that I i can fill the fence my self.
I live in Puerto Rico: so very high humidity, hot temperature and a very very very hot sun on daily basis. Still half my garden is under this big tree that allows lit... See more
We are in a drought but would like to plant some plants that give me a lush look yet use very little water..
The previous owner had railroad ties we are trying to repair but want to see any options before we rock it (all as the railroad ties are no longer best way)
We have several oak trees around us that caused quite a bit of problems in different places around our home. When it rains it floods my sidewalk close to my front do... See more
I'm looking for ideas for sturdy, attractive, low maintenence plant bed borders for alongside the front of my house. Thanks!
My back yard has no grass, plants or flowers. Dirt, dirt, dirt. Summer in Texas!!!
I currently have mulch and a few stepping stones under the feeder and it is difficult to clean up the shells that fall. I have thought of patio blocks or cement. Wh... See more
Our Anniversary party is in 2 months and our yard is to say the least, problematic. We have a lot of trouble growing grass in the hard Virginia clay & quartz ground. ... See more
What are the most important details that I should be concerned with it’s in a natural mountain setting over the lake should I add extra floral or keep it natural is... See more
What I have is a small water catcher with spillway which hopefully will catch the rain from the roof valley and then send it out past the foundation of the house. NM ... See more
We bought a house last summer on a nature reservoir with lots of pine trees and oaks on it. Part of the yard is very sandy (as it's understandable with pine trees), b... See more
The ground is hard. I have tried all kind of store brand grass seads. Nothing seems to penetrate that ground.
It seems like only our rose bushes and Pampas Grass will grow. Flower / veggies dry up and die. No matter how much we water. The only place we can plant faces West... See more